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p699732061-4An urgent global appeal is being launched secure the future of the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod.

Organisers are hoping to raise £70,000 because this year’s event is heading for a financial loss as a result of disappointing ticket sales.

With the 70th anniversary on the horizon, they are confident the event has a bright long-term future but say they need the cash to get over their short-term difficulties.

Supporters wishing to make a donation will be able to do so online via the Eisteddfod’s website or by using Gift Aid envelopes that will be available at all the concerts during the week.

This year will be the 69th year the festival will have been held consecutively since it was founded in the aftermath of the Second World War to promote peace and harmony.

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Smaller businesses at a shopping centre are helping to fly the flag for independent stores.

The outlets at Eagles Meadow in Wrexham are backing the UK Independents’ Day campaign on July 4 to help local businesses to prosper and grow, and boost town economies.

They say small businesses can offer great customer service, unique finds, investment in new technology and a better chance to negotiate discounts.

Research for the Federation of Small Businesses shows that of every £1 spent, up to 70p circulates back into the local economy, flowing from traders to suppliers and the people they depend on to run their companies.

Among those backing the initiative is Ragazzi, an independent designer menswear store based in Eagles Meadow.

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A group of intrepid care workers will trek up Wales’ highest mountain in aid of a mental health charity.
The intrepid crew who work at Bodlondeb care home at Pendine Park care organisation, Wrexham, are going to climb Snowdon on July 4 to raise money for MIND.
Whilst they’re on their on their way up the 3,560ft mountain, residents of Bodlondeb dementia and mental health care centre will be completing their own challenge by walking around the grounds of care organisation Pendine Park.
Olga Azarcon, 41, day room manager at Bodlondeb at Pendine Park, explained why they’ve decided to support MIND.
She said: “Mental health is a cause close to our hearts. We deal with people who have different mental health conditions every day. Those are the type of people we care for. It ranges from dementia to schizophrenia, to clinical depression and OCD.
“We don’t just deal care for older people. We care for younger people too. It’s not just older people who live in care homes.
“We look after people with complex needs. The job is rewarding and I feel happy working here at Pendine Park.
“MIND gives emotional support to people who ate suffering from mental health problems.

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Screen Shot 2015-06-05 at 14.07.12Is your decor remarkable or interior design dramatic? Maybe the contents are intriguing or you’ve got a specialist collection? If you’ve a home with any of these, then 12 Yard Productions want to hear from you for a brand new light hearted property show with a game-show twist for ITV and they’re coming to North Wales in a few weeks.

ITV say “two couples will be visiting homes in the area where they get to marvel at the properties, and then have a stab at trying to guess what the properties are worth – the closest to the right answers wins prizes. We’re looking for homes with very unique features which could be anything from an extravagant designs and decorations to a very average home with large collections of memorabilia etc. The dates we’d need them to be available are the 16th of June for a viewing and a valuation and the 19th of june for a maximum of 3 hours of filming – so quite soon.It’s a great opportunity to showcase the area and some wonderful homes”

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